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In the Aftermath of Radiation, Is Fish From the Pacific Ocean Safe to Eat?

Radioactive water leaking from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has some people worried about contaminated seafood.

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Japan’s quiet payouts to cities near nuclear plants fuels speculation of political ploy

Shimane and Tottori prefectures hold a joint drill in Hoki, Tottori Prefecture, in October 2015 for residents living near nuclear power plants in the prefectures. The government has expanded a state subsidy for cities hosting plants to include municipalities within a 30 km radius. 381 more words


Sad History

Today Pegman took us to Poisson-Blanc, Quebec. I scrolled around and found a man holding a half-fish! This is what happened next.

Long ago our sons, 135 more words

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Municipalities near nuclear plants want say over restarts

More than half of municipalities within a 30-kilometer radius of nuclear power plants insist their approval must be sought for restarts, but only 6 percent of local governments that host such facilities agree. 695 more words

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FBI Warn US Companies: Hackers Targeting More Nuclear Plants

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The FBI and Homeland Security Department issued a new warning to American energy companies about potential cyberattacks on nuclear facilities. 177 more words


The Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant Will Close In 2019, 40 Years After Its Partial Meltdown

Three Mile Island, the nuclear power plant that melted down in 1979 just a few years into its lifespan, will close in 2019, according to a report by CBS… 401 more words

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Revised law enables surprise inspection of nuclear plants

The Diet passed on Friday a sweeping reform of nuclear inspections to allow regulators to conduct unannounced inspections of nuclear plants and give them unlimited access to needed data. 60 more words